DC Bids Bye Bye to Bao Bao

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April 24th, 2017 “First Person: Conversations with Survivors” at the Holocaust Museum
Through the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum's "First Person" program series, visitors can learn about history from the remarkable people who lived through it. On April 12, visitors heard from Henry Greenbaum, a survivor of Auschwitz and Flossenburg.
April 6th, 2017 Big Birds and a Bigger Heart: The Story of Mr. Stotts and His Raptors
A mottled brown bird with stunning orange eyes and a wingspan the size of a sixth-grader landed with a thud against the arm of Rodney Stotts. The bird -- a Eurasian eagle owl named Mr. Hoots -- and Stotts have had a long partnership, and Stotts greeted the impact of his arrival with warmth.
February 24th, 2017 Kusama!
February 17th, 2017 Evening Noise
DC might as well stand for drone city when it comes to experimental music: it’s a hub for the mostly underground genre. On Friday, January 13th, local experimentalist Tristan Welch hosted an evening of noise at Bossa, in Adams Morgan, bringing together local drone musicians and touring experimental noise artists. It was an excellent evening, though exceptionally dark for photography.
February 14th, 2017 DC Bids Bye Bye to Bao Bao
Washingtonians have loved watching Bao Bao grow up. She was just six weeks old when the 2013 government shutdown darkened the National Zoo panda cam. Some federal workers suddenly had lots of free time, but sadly no panda cub video stream to fill those hours.
February 13th, 2017 DC Takes Its Pants Off For Charity
At DC Focused we've spent much of our time in recent weeks documenting emotionally-charged political protests. However last Saturday, Cupid's Undie Run was a reminder that life goes on, even in the Nation's Capital.